(Rewrites after Thyssen CFO conference call, adds analysts) By Alex Clelland and Baerbel Brockmann LONDON/DUESSELDORF, Germany, Feb 21 (Reuters) - German steel maker ThyssenKrupp AG reacted angrily on Friday after credit rating agency Standard & Poor's cut its debt to "junk" status, but vowed to hasten disposals to bolster its finances. ThyssenKrupp , which became the first European company to suffer a rating cut specifically attributed to a pensions fund shortfall, sharply ...
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